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New internet tool replaces baby pictures with cats

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If your friends are getting to the stage where their daily routine involves inundating you with pictures of their newborn babies then help is finally here.

A new Chrome extension called Unbaby.me replaces all the baby pictures on your Facebook newsfeed with pictures of cats.

Or if you're not a cat fan then you can pick something else, like bacon or Kate Upton.

It was started by a group of guys who were sick of babies dominating their Facebook feeds.

“We just wanted to bring the obvious baby problem to light,” developer Chris Baker told Mashable. “A chrome extension seemed like the perfect way to do it.”

Will you be using it?

(Image: Rex Features)

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